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How Canada Subsidizes Illegal Israeli Settlements: Enabling Crimes Against Palestinians
Canada's tax system currently subsidizes Israeli settlements that Ottawa deems illegal, however, the Conservative government says there's nothing that can be done about it.
How US Tax Breaks Fund Israeli Settlers: Peace Group Targets Settlement's Charitable Status
Investigating charities: How to search the finances of nonprofits and foundations
There’s good news from the U.S. on a research tool for digging into non-profits and private foundations. Why does this data need to be freed?
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Asian charities, awash with cash, are filling the gap left by the west
Asian charitable organizations have grown in number and capacity in recent years, partly filling the gap left by western organizations and donors that have been crippled by the recession.
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Why do Progressive Foundations Give too Little to too Many?
Progressive funders, perhaps driven by the New Left's historic distrust of leadership and hierarchy, are inclined to avoid general-support funding. The natural result is a proliferation of short-term ...